We So Tinry Look Like Grain Of Rice. . FEELING SIGNIFICANT? Dont. There is a star in our galaxy that makes Antares look like a grain of rice, the largest in our galaxy is VY Canis Majoris. Billions of suns could fit inside thi
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We So Tinry Look Like Grain Of Rice

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#2 - anonymous (12/12/2009) [+] (4 replies)
There is a star in our galaxy that makes Antares look like a grain of rice, the largest in our galaxy is VY Canis Majoris.

Billions of suns could fit inside this star, and antares is invisable compared to it. If this star were to be in our Solar System, it would reach out to Saturn!
7 quadrillion Earths could fit into VY Canis Majoris.

Oh, and scientists think there are stars out there that make VY Canis Majoris invisible.
Interesting huh?
User avatar #77 - PoisinSandwich (12/13/2009) [+] (2 replies)
You forgot to put your mom in the scale.
#82 - skidude (12/13/2009) [-]
Damn nature you scary!
#86 - anonymous (12/13/2009) [+] (5 replies)
Antares has nuthin on the size of my ego.
#87 to #86 - anonymous (12/13/2009) [-]
Imma let you finish anon, but Kanye has the biggest ego of all time!
#4 - anonymous (12/12/2009) [+] (12 replies)
Now think if there were an Earth like planet as big as Antares... if we could live on that, that would be HUGE!!!!
#14 to #13 - jefdamaori (12/13/2009) [-]
my auntie is as big as antares. she's massive.
#131 - anonymous (12/13/2009) [+] (3 replies)
Wow, it looks like Uranus is quite large.
#59 - anonymous (12/13/2009) [+] (3 replies)
heeyyy i can see kirstie alley!
#56 - Emseeem **User deleted account** (12/13/2009) [-]
I want to be an astronomer, but space kind of freaks me out if I think about it too much.
User avatar #1 - Turquoise (12/12/2009) [+] (2 replies)
I haven't even heard of the things larger than the sun. Public education ftw.
User avatar #111 - ThePerfectDrug (12/13/2009) [-]
Damn science you scary
#98 - anonymous (12/13/2009) [+] (1 reply)
the balls kept getting bigger and bigger..AMAZING!!
User avatar #74 - Jason Voorhees (12/13/2009) [-]
I always feel significant. Population control is a good job.
#27 - anonymous (12/13/2009) [-]
I can see my house from here
#114 - anonymous (12/13/2009) [+] (3 replies)
Dont get me wrong i love astronomy as much as PedoBear loves 5 year olds But The Picture CLEARLY Mispells Tiny . Sincerely : Anonymous Grammar Nazi
#96 - anonymous (12/13/2009) [-]
damn i fell srry for pluto
#10 - anonymous (12/13/2009) [+] (4 replies)
Betelgeuse! Ford Prefect is from there! H2G2 FTW!
#154 - anonymous (12/13/2009) [+] (3 replies)
Wow if only we would live near Arcturus. Instead of evolving normally, we would evolve like some bad ass flame gods.
#155 to #154 - anonymous (12/13/2009) [-]
or we would burn like my dick when i piss
User avatar #71 - satanisthesavior (12/13/2009) [+] (2 replies)
I do feel significant. Because even though the earth is small, it is also the only place in the universe that we have found so far that contains life as we know it to exist. Sure, we might be as small as an electron from Antares' point-of-view, but we have life. We have knowledge. And if knowledge is power, I dare say that we are the most powerful rock in this place we call the universe.
User avatar #109 - Fouad (12/13/2009) [+] (2 replies)
It not even biggest star. Take Antares, make size of sun, and VY Canis Majoris is the size of Antares doubled.

And harro? I no tinry. I rarge.
#46 - anonymous (12/13/2009) [+] (1 reply)
just imaginge seeing antares in the sky
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